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Full text of "Annual Evaluation Report Fiscal Year 1984"

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SCHOOL ASSISTANCE IN FEDERALLY AFFECTED AREAS  (IMPACT AID):
MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS
(CFDA NO. 84.041)

I.    PROGRAM PROFILE

Legislation;    School Assistance In Federally Affected Areas Act,

P.L. 81-874,   (20   U.S.C.   236),   as   amended   by   P.L.   95-561,   97-35,   98-94

and 98-511 (Expires October 1, 1988).

Funding Since 1980:

Fiscal  Year            Authorization                 Appropriation

1980           $1,404,900,000      $792,000,000 I/

1981            1,487,700,000       706,750,000

1982              455,000,000       437,800,000

1983              455,000,000       460,200,000 2/

1984              565,000,000       580,000,000 I/

Purpose: To help compensate school districts for the cost of educating
children when enrollment and the availability of revenues from local sources
have been adversely affected by Federal activities, and to assist local
educational agencies affected by natural disasters.

Eligibility: Local educational agencies (LEAs) may qualify under any of the
following provisions:

o Partial loss of tax base (10 percent or more of assessed value of real
property) as a result of the acquisition since 1938 of real property by
the United States (Section 2).

o Enrollment of children who reside on Federal property and whose parents
are 1n the uniformed services or work on Federal property ("a" children,
Section 3).

o Enrollment of children who reside on or whose parents work on Federal
property or are 1n the uniformed services ('V children, Section 3).

o Location 1n a Pres1dent1ally declared major disaster area (Section 7).
Current Formula; The following criteria were 1n effect for FY 1984 payments:

o If "a" pupils represented 20 percent or more of an LEA's average dally
attendance (ADA), then payment for "a" pupils was 100 percent of the LEA's
entitlement;velop and sponsor the instructional